NWCG S 290 PRE COURSE WORK

Interpret, apply, and document wildland fire behavior and weather information. The quiz can be retaken until a passing score is achieved. This course is an online version of the classroom course developed by the National Wildfire Coordinating Group NWCG and can be completed in approximately fifteen hours. You will see the button to access your certificate. In order to view your quiz results, click on the “Quiz Scores” tab in the “Modules” section.

These scores are tracked on your personal MetEd Record page. After logging in, click on the “My MetEd” tab. Fire environment differences are discussed as necessary; instructor should stress local conditions. To receive credit from the NWCG for completing this course, do not attempt this training unless you have been directed to do so by a wildland fire agency or fire department, and you are working with a course administrator. The NWCG will only acknowledge completion of this course by those who are affiliated with an NWCG member agency through direct membership or agreement or a member of a fire department. The course is broken into thirteen individual units that consist of an introduction and twelve unit topics.

As you complete a quiz, your results will be e-mailed to you and, at your direction, to a supervisor or other instructor with whom you would like to share your quiz scores. The goal of this is course is to provide a better basis for analyzing fire environment variables and understanding how they interact and affect wildland fire behavior for firefighter safety.

When all lessons in a course nwg been completed, a printable course completion certificate is offered. Support Form Please inform us of any problem that you are having by visiting ore Support Form.

  RESEARCH PAPER IFSM 201

S-290, Intermediate Wildland Fire Behavior, 2010

In order to view your quiz results, click on the “Quiz Scores” tab in the “Modules” section. Registration provides you with a record of your end-of-unit quiz scores. This course is an online version of the classroom course developed by the National Wildfire Coordinating Group NWCG and can be completed in approximately fifteen hours. Once you type in these fields, you can print out the certificate. Describe the interaction of fuels, weather, and topography on wildland fire behavior, fireline tactics, and safety.

Description Objectives Overview Additional Resources. Skip to main content. Description Intermediate Wildland Fire BehaviorS is the second course in a five course sequence developing wildland fire behavior prediction skills and knowledge.

nwcg s 290 pre course work

Delivery S is available as either Online training or classroom instructor-led training. Goals and Objectives Course Goal The goal of this is course is to provide a better basis for analyzing fire environment variables and understanding wprk they interact nscg affect wildland fire behavior for firefighter safety.

Note to wildfire firefighter personnel taking this course to fulfill NWCG training requirements: MetEd courses consist of a selection of lessons in a particular area of interest.

MetEd » Course Description: S Intermediate Wildland Fire Behavior Course

There are two blank text boxes on the certificate in which you can add the course administrator and your home unit. Wor, you are part of a local coursd agency or if unsure of your affiliation, please contact your State Forestry office to request their “sponsorship” for NWCG training. It is the second course in a series that collectively serves to develop fire behavior prediction knowledge and skills.

  CHEM 101 KFUPM HOMEWORK

In order to view your quiz results, click on the “Quiz Scores” tab in the “Modules” section. Interpret, apply, and document wildland fire behavior and weather information.

Access to our courses and lessons requires registration. Glossary of Wildland Fire Terminology. Fire environment differences are discussed as necessary; instructor should stress local conditions.

MetEd » Course Description: S Intermediate Wildland Fire Behavior Course

And if you are part of an NWCG committee, please note which committee in the contact information box. This site is designed to work with Javascript enabled. Some notes regarding the quizzes: Description Objectives Overview Additional Resources. We’ve been producing quality educational materials since Describe the interaction of fuels, weather, and topography on wildland fire behavior, fireline tactics, and safety.

Intermediate Wildland Fire BehaviorS is the second course in a five course sequence developing wildland fire behavior prediction skills and knowledge.

nwcg s 290 pre course work

Please use your browser’s help menu to find out how to enable Javascript. Completing all the mandatory units in the course will provide you access to a Course Completion Certificate. This will also allow us to provide feedback on your suggestion. The NWCG will only acknowledge completion of this course by those pge are affiliated with an NWCG member agency through direct membership or agreement or a member of a fire department.

Once you have completed Units 1 through 11, you can access a Course Certificate by logging 20 the MetEd registration system.